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How community, family raised N2m ransom for Chief Imam’s freedom

Report says family of the Chief Imam of Uso community in Owo local government area of Ondo State, Alhaji Ibrahim Bodunde Oyinlade who was abducted saturday, paid ransome to secure his release last night.

He was released by his abductors yesterday evening around the town which is on Owo-Akure Highway.

SUNSHINETRUTH gathered that the family of the victim paid a sum of two million naira ransome to secure his release.

Earlier on Sunday, the kidnappers had demanded N10million naira as ransome, but it was learnt that they agreed to collect N2million.

A family source confirmed that individuals in the community and the family members were begged to raise N2million to secure the Islamic cleric.

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